Hi! I’m Will and I’m a learning differenced young man out to save the world. I’m on a quest to prove I’m super human. Sorry, did I say super human? I meant to say SUPER DUPER HUMAN. This is my amazing story about lifetime struggles with language, and how I use the power of words to save the world, I hope. It’s a raw insight into the world of a dyslexic young man and his struggle to change life. I overheard the one and only Mr. Mellor say once that it’s a humorously broken tale of triumph over tragedy, or something like that.
Speaking of Mr. Mellor, he’s an awesome guy and he's kind of the author of our story, Saving Saint Mom. What you need to know though, is that he wrote this story totally with my help. I'd really like to be able to explain to you how we did this, but I can't, so you're just going to have to trust that I did, and that it worked amazingly! Well, you'll soon see for yourself if you read our story. So...oh ya, Mr. Mellor, well his first name is Finch, he’s a Bluenose do-good vigilante and a kick ass Adult Education teacher in Halifax, Nova Scotia. That's in Canada. Among the many things he loves, he especially loves good music, strong conviction, his beautiful wife, his incredible son and their very cool dog, Cash. From what he's told me, Mr. Mellor's played varsity football, he's drummed in a punk band, he was an altar boy in high school, he's taught class in a jail and he passed his Driver's test in one try. Well whoopedy doo! No seriously, he's a super nice guy.
I'd love it if you checked out our story. Mr. Mellor's also written a couple of other really cool stories. One's called, Life's Little Melodies and it's about an incredible man that I knew, too. His name's Mr. Peter Weisenburger. Actually, Mr. Weisenburger's in our story, chapter 17, I think? I'll have to check. The other story he wrote is, My First Twenty-Five Years. A crazy good story about the first twenty five years of a World War Two soldier's life. They're both totally amazing, and I didn't even help him write either of them.
on May 11, 2018 :
Liked it alot.
(review of free book)
on June 05, 2017 :
Couldn't stop reading this.
Uplifting, light, deep, funny, sad and FREE!
A definite MUST READ.
(review of free book)